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Long-Stay Hotels Get an Upgrade in Mexico

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS Up until just recently, the idea of long-stay hotels in Mexico was relatively alien. If you were planning a trip of a week or more, you could either rent a fleabag with so-so accommodations and dubious amenities such as an only-works-once-in-a-while washing machine or not-very-reliable internet service, or pay full-fair for a standard hotel room that might

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The Runway Rundown

Kris Goyri’s Quetzalcóatl Dreams By KELIN DILLON Mexico designer Kris Goyri has released his latest collection with the help of an ad campaign that instantly transports viewers to a fashion-filled fantasy land. The newest offering from the sartorial star’s spring/summer 2021 release, called Quetzalcóatl, was shot in La Casa Orgánica, a beautiful house just outside the borders of Mexico City

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Dresden: The Mini-Prague

BY RICH GRANT They say that no one buildings cities like Prague anymore, but that’s not quite true. Most of the gorgeous baroque, “Old Europe” city you see in the heart of Dresden, Germany, today is brand new, even though it appears to look centuries old. From medieval-looking back alleys to grand cathedrals, from an impressive baroque opera house to

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